Urban Landscape


Urban Landscape
17th August – 26th October

City Temple – St Pauls Cathedral

An exhibition of paintings by abstract artist Robert Sparkes.

Large vibrant canvasses designed from experiences and memories of walking round inner cities and along coastal paths.

The exhibition also includes a variety of works by resident artists and photographers: Andrew Forrest, Graham Binks, Brian Dunford, Hugh Ford, Una Curthoys, Tony Spencer, Jeremy Bear, Brenda Lowe, Lyn Inglis, John Turner, Roger Scott, David Mills, Liz Scott.

Partially sighted local artist Michael Godley shows his work for the first time at Gallery North.

During the exhibition, to celebrate the Hailsham Festival 6 th – 22 nd September established artist Veronica Van Eik will be showing a selection of her new oil paintings.

Exhibition Changeover

This is your last chance to see the current exhibition of work by Brian Dunford and Graham Binks, which comes to an end this Saturday, August 10th.

The gallery will then be closed during the following week while the new exhibition is hung.

URBAN LANDSCAPE, the autumn exhibition will run from August 17th to October 26th.

In addition, during the two weeks of the Hailsham Arts Festival (September 6th – 22nd) Veronica van Elk will be exhibitong new work, and the gallery will be part of the Hailsham Art Trail.

Retro & Reclaimed

On currently: a joint exhibition of mixed media artworks by Una and Rick Curthoys.

Una Curthoys works with mixed media, found objects, printmaking and collage. She studied Fine Art at Guildford College of Art, Hornsey College of Art and the University of East London.

Rick Curthoys works with pens, Sharpies, pencils and inks. He studied Technical Illustration at Hornsey College of Art (where he and Una met). He has worked in advertising and publishing, and has freelanced as a character artwork designer. Now retired he he has recently taken up the pens and pencils again.

Here is just a selection of work currently on show at the gallery:

Water Week Exhibition


Gallery North’s 2019 programme is about to get under way with this year’s WaterWeek exhibition.
The opening preview of the Waterweek 2019 Vital Water exhibition is on Sunday 3rd March. There will be a further event at the gallery with respect to the actual Waterweek on the evening of 22nd March.